The Venture Capital & Private Equity
Country Attractiveness Index
Alexander Groh, Heinrich Liechtenstein, Karsten Lieser and Markus Biesinger

Lithuania  
Rank: 45 · Score: 57.3  

Basic facts, 2020        
Population (millions) 2.8   IPOs and pulic issues (quartile) 3rd
GDP (US$ billions) 55.6   M&A volume (quartile) 2nd
GDP per capita (US$) 19,901.7   Venture capital investments (quartile) 3rd
GDP growth (per cent) -0.8   Private equity investments (quartile) Bottom
 
 
 
Performance Overview
Indicator   Rank / 125 Rank Trend Score
VC/PE Country Attractiveness Index 45 78, 74, 76, 78, 80 57.3
1 Economic Activity 72 45, 47, 51, 52, 53 70.3
2 Depth of Capital Market 62 62, 56, 58, 59, 63 49.5
3 Taxation 39 73, 70, 69, 70, 86 99.1
4 Investor Protection and Corporate Governance 34 93, 93, 92, 91, 91 81.8
5 Human and Social Environment 42 73, 72, 72, 73, 83 36.5
6 Entrepreneurial Opportunities 42 85, 87, 86, 85, 83 57.3


 
Historic performance, 2017-2021   Key driver performance, 2021
 

   
VC/PE Rank  
VC Rank  
PE Rank
Lithuania  
Eastern Europe
 
 
 
Peer Group Comparison
 
Regional Peers Economic Activity Depth of Capital Market Taxation Investor Protection and
Corporate Governance
Human and Social
Environment
Entrepreneurial
Opportunites
Turkey 77.3 70.6 101.9 67.3 32.4 54.5
Romania 81.5 57.2 89.6 73.8 34.9 54.7
Hungary 79.8 53.8 95.8 64.0 34.0 65.0
Lithuania 70.3 49.5 99.1 81.8 36.5 57.3
Bulgaria 72.8 56.4 87.8 69.0 32.0 55.7
Slovenia 70.6 41.1 108.8 74.7 34.0 72.7
Croatia 69.9 53.9 102.5 63.3 25.1 54.7
Last updated: 21 Jun 2021